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Constance Dunlap


Published March 22, 2007


In this 1913 short story collection, a woman does wrong, gets on the wrong side of the law -- then becomes a very odd sort of detective, fighting for others who've done wrong but still deserve justice. Each story stands alone, but is just one chapter in the collection as a whole.

Arthur B. Reeves was best known as the author of the Craig Kennedy detective series, but here's more of his prolific output. His interest in science and technology combines with personal criminological research to make these stories of past crime very interesting to today's reader.


Source Constance Dunlap by Arthur B. Reeves, 1913.

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Source: Russian Silhouettes, 1915. Translated by Marian Fell.